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2009 Bodegas Condado de Haza Ribera del Duero
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91(+?) Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - September/October 2012

(fermented with ahole berries, with malo in new oak):  Dark ruby.  Explosive aromas of dark berry and cherry preserves, with smoke, game and violet accents.  Plush and expansive, offering spicy cherry and cassis flavors and notes of candied flowers and bitter chocolate.  Vanilla and cracked pepper build with air and carry through a long, sappy and gently tannic finish.  Incidentally, the 2008 bottling of this wine is drinking very well right now, with plenty of juicy dark berry character and brightening minerality; no rush to drink it but no crime to do so now, either.

90 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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